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In addition to caring for dogs, cats, rabbits and birds, Pleasantview Veterinary Clinic, our veterinarians also offer pet dentistry, acupuncture for pain relief and improving general pet health, dermatology services, behavioral counseling and even acupuncture for relief of pain from musculoskeletal disorders like arthritis and joint degeneration. Our equine veterinarian has extensive knowledge about horse diseases, normal growth throughout the life stages of a horse and specific health issues relevant to specific horse breeds. If you own cattle, sheep or pigs, our food animal veterinarian can keep your livestock in excellent health with appropriate vaccinations, regular examinations and preventative services to keep your livestock healthy.
Most pet owners don't think their pet needs dental care simply because their pet can't tell them they have a toothache. In addition, pets don't like us to invade their oral space by forcing their mouths open for a good look at their teeth and gums. That's why we recommend pet owners bring their pets in for an annual dental examination to prevent gingivitis or periodontitis from interfering with your pet's ability to chew food properly. When caught in time, animal gum disease is reversible with pet dentistry treatment. Allowing tartar and plaque to build up on your pet's teeth may cause their gums to bleed, swell and recede, which contributes to tooth loss and tooth pain.
If you own an exotic pet, such as sugar gliders, hedgehogs, capybaras or even tarantulas, our veterinarian in Lewistown can provide the kind of superior, knowledgeable care essential to keeping your valuable, lovable pet as health as possible. Call us today to learn more about exotic pet care from an experienced veterinarian.
In addition to offering simple spaying and neutering and removal of benign skin lesions, our vets are qualified to perform a variety of more complicated surgeries, including removal of foreign bodies, ear canal ablations, ACL repair, gastric-dilitation-volvulus and splenectomies. If we diagnose your pet with an illness requiring surgery, we will take the time to explain all aspects of the surgery, what to expect following surgery and provide follow-up care to ensure your pet has a healthy recovery.
We are proud to care for a wide range of animals that need specialized veterinary care not provided by traditional vet clinics. We invite you to stop by our clinic and talk to our veterinarians about your concerns regarding your pets or livestock. If you need to make an appointment, call Pleasant View Veterinary Clinic today at 717-248-4703.